What marvelous grasp of Orientalia, Lana! Classic and pleasing.Aloha from Hawaii, my talented FriendComfort Spiral
This one looks really spiritual Lana, it is lovely :)
This whole drawing sparkles, like a piece of paradise.
That is a beautiful picture Lana, very Japanese.
Very nice! I wish I had the talent to paint like that.
I think this has a very Asian favor. Very nice.
Wow, it is ready professinal painting. The montain looks ready unique.I love it and hope I can visit you one day.Keep it up, my good friend.
Just stunning! I love sumi - took a course in the early 70's, still have inkstone and big brush, I made a big mess - your work is just beautiful Lana!
Oh, god, gorgeous, Lana!
Ciao Lana! What a gorgeous painting! The simplicity is so strong. I love it!
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The art (and gardens too) of Japan are among my favorites. You've captured the spirit perfectly Lana.
Hey pretty,This is so beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!! I really really love it. Have had a nasty flu bug so I'm glad to get back around to your beautiful paintings and pictures. Hope you and Charles are having a great Memorial day weekend!
Thanks for the kind comments, everyone. I think it came out fairly well for a first try, using non-traditional materials & techniques.Michelle; We're having a great weekend so far--hope you are, as well. :)
absolutely beautiful, Lana. I love the feel and the quiet.
That's beautiful! I'm sorry I am stuck without money to make an offer on it. I am sure you will sell that.
Thanks, debra & pilgrimchick. I'm glad y'all like it. :)
Beautiful Dancing Cranes. Loving it
Thanks, Skippy. :)
You have a great knack for producing art in a very East Asiatic way! Love the chiaroscuro work! Would be a great hanging on anyone's walls.
SOOOOO FANTABULOUS, LANA!!!WOW!!! PERFECT!!!Thank you for writing the spewing oil post. Greed has NO PLACE in nature.Hugs, JJ
eric; Thanks. I'm not sure chiaroscuro's quite the right word for this, but I appreciate it, regardless.JJ; Thank you. Feel free to pass on the post about the spill.
WOW! This is great! Everytime I see a new painting I see a wonderful new talent you have! Way to go girl!
I certainly was unsure myself, but the obscuring of distance by shaded haze was what interested me and I ixed the term, my bad.But it worked for me none the less! And glad you understood what I was getting at.
Christine; Thanks, hon. I appreciate the kind comment. :)Eric; Yes. I'm glad you liked it, regardless of whatever fancy-schmancy art term may or may not apply. ;) *L*
Very nice, Lana, at producing this lovely Oriental theme of cranes. I read up on the meaning of cranes: they represent a spiritual transformation. The number of cranes determines how much of a change will occur.
Thanks, Barbara. I didn't know that about the cranes. Interesting...
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